The House of Suntory, one of Japan\u2019s largest whisky producers, is welcoming The Chita, a luxurious and delicate new whisky to Australia.\r\n\r\nThe Chita is the first single grain whisky from the House of Suntory and originates from the Chita peninsula in Japan\u2019s seaside Aichi Prefecture. The refined whisky is a reflection of Japan\u2019s picturesque landscape, tranquil customs and dedication to craftsmanship.\r\n\r\n\u201cLike the misty, calm seas of the Chita Peninsula on a day of elegant stillness, this airy whisky has a presence that is unmistakably serene,\u201d says Shinji Fukuyo, Chief Blender, Fourth House of Suntory.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe Chita has a smooth taste with hints of mint and deep honey. On the nose, it\u2019s delicately sweet aromas of cr\u00e8me br\u00fbl\u00e9e, cardamom and blossoming rose make it truly unique. It\u2019s finished clean and clear, with spiced oak and subtle bittersweet notes.\r\n\r\nLike all of the Suntory range, the packaging design features black calligraphy that expresses the distinctive qualities of Japanese whisky set on a white Japanese washi paper, representing the light flavours in the spirit. The Chita is created as an introduction into the House of Suntory for new whisky drinkers and is a must-have for home spirit collections.\r\n\r\nJapan has grown to become the world\u2019s third-largest producer of whisky behind Scotland and the US, with only around ten distilleries currently operating in the country. Japanese Whisky is in constant demand across the globe, with a 64% growth year on year. The Chita could be the whisky that pushes the local industry even further.\r\n\r\nThe Chita is available now across all good Aussie liquor stores. In other whisky news, we take a look at the Mizunara with Suntory Global Brand Ambassador Mike Miyamoto.\r\nCheck it out\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.